Aug 18, 2010

While Reviewing for My Philosophy of Religion Class...

1) We are divine beings. “God” is within us. I am entangled with you and everything that is.

2) We are made of energy.

3) We are creators. We create using thoughts and intentions. “That which is likened to is drawn.”

4) Our existence in this physical realm is connected to everything that is beyond our senses.

5) We were never born. There is no death. It’s just transcending to other dimensions.

6) The disconnection to inner being and the truth that is oneness starts when earthly beliefs are introduced. We are immediately being programmed by education and religion to act according to the dictations of society. Our perception of reality shifts to mediocrity.

7) Beliefs are hard to knock down especially when we’ve been programmed by society to limit our senses to the world’s physicality. There is so much beyond this physical world that the possibilities are endless. We can fly. We just don’t believe.

8) In this three-dimensional world we live in, there are infinite possibilities but we only get to choose one. We can only perceive one possibility/experience based on our own beliefs and perception of matter.

9) A three-dimensional creature would look strange to a two-dimensional one. Our senses and what we accept as reality deny the existence of other worldly beings.

10) Are aliens, UFO’s from another dimension or far, far away galaxies? Or are they humans going back in time? I firmly believe that they assisted in making great architectures of the past (i.e. pyramids). Why are they here now and in great numbers like ever before?

11) We develop an ego. The voice in our heads that feeds on anything but love, peace and happiness.

12) Love, peace and happiness in its truest forms don’t have opposites.

13) Nature would often remind us of the power of now and the absence of everything that is false arises. A brief glimpse of enlightenment. A brief sense of oneness is experienced.

14) Religion is the cloth tied around our heads and the chains that prevent infinite freedom. A hindrance to personal evolution.

15) Religion promotes fear. Fear means control.

16) Religion justifies killings and wars. “My God is better than yours.” It brings about separation.

17) The religions of the world are astronomical. Different religious events mirror each other because they are based on the movements of the sun and the constellations – anthropomorphism.

18) This is our concept of God: He’s a white-bearded man sitting in the clouds watching over us. He gives us rules written on stones for us to follow. If and when we offend him, he’d send us to eternal damnation. Isn’t that ridiculous? For a God who’s suppose to love unconditionally? And he wants our money!

19) That eternal damnation is in our conscience. Sin is a religious concept. There is no right and wrong but it doesn’t mean it’s free for all.

20) Religious organizations are being used to gain control over the masses and to fund wars.

21) Wars are not meant to be won, they are made to be sustained = money.

22) Terrorism (and global warming) is fictional. A concept made up by governments to cause fear and panic among its citizens so we would willingly approve of their plans for tightening up their grips around our necks even more (i.e. invasion of privacy, human rights violations).

23) The media is a tool for mass mind control. They tell us what they want us to see, need and believe.

24) Materialism helps us identify ourselves with objects causing us to fly further away from the connection to inner being. If we lived a much simpler life, big corporations would shut down. Banks would no longer house our money. Etc.

25) Movie/Music industries are bombarded with symbolisms and subliminal messages that our subconscious minds capture and in turn influence our perception of things – hypnotism.

26) When prominent figures of society who’d been used by these secret societies wake up and try to inform or warn the public about their agenda, their reputations are butchered and when all else fails, they are assassinated (i.e. John Lennon, Bob Marley, JF Kennedy, Princess Diana, Michael Jackson).

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If only I have the time, I would take the pleasure of refuting every single one of this progressively weirder (therefore rather a bunch of statements leaning on sophistry rather than rationality) 'laws' you've formulated. Oh I will, someday :D